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Summer Research Institute on Developing Behavioral Interventions Registration

The Summer Research Institute on Developing Behavioral Interventions, offered by the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing Center for Innovative Care in Aging, is designed to help participants develop testable interventions that have the potential for implementation in practice environments and advance appropriate trial designs.
 
To attend the Summer Research Institute on Behavioral Intervention, you must complete this application process. Faculty of the Center for Innovative Care will review applications on a rolling basis to determine appropriateness for the Research Institute. Applicants will be informed of the outcome within two weeks of submission of the completed application. Your notification will be made via email.

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Registration for Institute
Are you applying for: (please select one of the options below)*
 
 
What do you hope to work on/advance/accomplish by attending the "Getting Started: Developing and Testing an Intervention" Summer Research Institute sessions?
 
If attending "Getting Started" only:
 
 
What do you hope to work on/advance/accomplish by attending the "Advancing Intervention Plans Through Grant Writing" Summer Research Institute sessions?
 
If attending "Advancing Intervention Plans" only:
 
Do you have a grant application that is in progress and are interested in having the research aims discussed as part of a small group breakout session on grant writing (Advanced session only)?*
 
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How did you hear about the Summer Research Institute?*
 
We accept the following methods of payment:
- Credit Card (American Express, Visa, Mastercard)
- Check
- Tuition Remission
An email will be sent with payment information once your application has been accepted.
 

Retirement Research Foundation (RRF) Fellowship Application

Deadline: Sunday, April 3, 2016 5 p.m. EST
The Summer Research Institute (SRI) “Getting Started: Developing and Testing an Intervention” and “Advancing Intervention Plans Through Grant Writing” participants can be considered for fellowships sponsored by the Retirement Research Foundation (RRF) for external participants outside of Johns Hopkins University. RRF fellowships are designed to train and mentor scholars in new ways of developing, testing and implementing novel behavioral interventions that focus on aging in place.
 
If you are interested in full or partial tuition support, please check all that apply:
 
 
o Full tuition for up to $3,500 to attend both Getting Started and Advancing Intervention Plans (June 6-10, 2016). Participants would be responsible for their own travel costs.
o Being paired with a mentor (Faculty member of the Center for Innovative Care in Aging)
o Receiving monthly feedback on intervention study and/or grant writing progress (months July, August and September, 2016)
 
o Partial funding to offset SRI tuition costs for either Getting Started (3-day) or Advanced (2-day) or both sessions. Participants would be responsible for their own travel costs.
o The RRF scholar will become part of a community of scholars interested in the implementation, evaluation, and dissemination of behavioral interventions for older adults and have access to participation in Center activities including its ongoing seminar series (the Issue Is…).
 
 
Submit a 150 word statement to explain how your intervention relates to one or more of these priority areas of the RRF:
 
1. (1) promote community-wide involvement in care of older adults; (2) promote and support freedom of elders to make life choices; (3) support institutions that offer person-centered care; (4) facilitate elders’ access to services and opportunities; (5) impact the infrastructure of organizations delivering services that enable older persons to safely remain in their communities.

2. Add your first and last name, institution and name of intervention study to the left hand side of the Word document

3. Indicate the scholarship level you are applying for (e.g., full funding or partial)

Note: All participants would be responsible for their own travel costs.
 
 
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